A tire shine that lasts the long haul!
McKee's 37 Ceramic Tire Coating is an acrylic-based ceramic-infused resin that forms a flexible, chemical-resistant coating on your tires. Engineered to outlast and outperform conventional oil and water-based tire dressings, McKee's 37 Ceramic Tire Coating will not wash or sling off and will not turn tires brown. A single application of McKee's 37 Ceramic Tire Coating will provide several months of protection, even in extreme climates. McKee's 37 Ceramic Tire Coating dries to the touch - it even passes the 'white glove' test!
McKee's 37 Ceramic Tire Coating is the second component of a two-part tire protection system. The first component is McKee's 37 Tire & Rubber Rejuvenator - a heavy-duty tire cleaner that preps the tire for application of McKee's 37 Ceramic Tire Coating. This step must be performed for the tire coating to properly adhere to the tire.
McKee's 37 Tire Coating is unlike any other tire shine spray or gel you've ever used. Unlike those products, which tend to only last a week - maybe two if you're lucky - McKee's 37 Tire Coating forms a much more substantial barrier of protection that is designed to last months. Depending on how often you drive your vehicle, McKee's 37 Tire Coating could potentially last a year or longer!
McKee's 37 Ceramic Tire Coating does more than make your tires look shiny and glossy - it actually protects them as well. The durable shell of protection created by McKee's 37 Ceramic Tire Coating seals the rubber, preventing antiozonants and UV absorbers from leaching out of the surface. McKee's 37 Ceramic Tire Coating helps preserve both the look and the durability of your tires!
McKee's 37 Ceramic Tire Coating dries to touch seconds after being applied. It will not crack or peel over time. As the coating eventually wears off, simply clean the tires with car wash soap, let them dry, and apply another coat or two! McKee's 37 Ceramic Tire Coating keeps your tires cleaner in between regular washes. Tires that are coated with McKee's 37 Ceramic Tire Coating only need to be washed with soap and water.
The amount of gloss provided by McKee's 37 Ceramic Tire Coating is adjustable to meet your needs. If you prefer a low-gloss natural looking finish, simply apply one thin, uniform coat. If you want more shine, apply the coating liberally. McKee's 37 Ceramic Tire Coating applies extremely thin - a single bottle is more than enough product to coat several dozen tires!
McKee's 37 Ceramic Tire Coating does wonders for whitewalls and raised white lettering! If you have a classic car or a lifted four wheel drive pickup truck, McKee's 37 Ceramic Tire Coating will keep your whitewalls or raised white lettering bright and white for several months!
**TIRES MUST BE CLEANED WITH McKee's 37 Tire & Rubber Rejuvenator**
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If you don't absolutely love what you receive, give Nick a call and he'll set you up with an exchange or return.
Very good product and I really like the results.
Another excellent product. I applied it about 6 weeks ago, and driven in the rain over half that time. Coating still going strong! Very pleased with it. Follow Nick’s instructions, love the tip about driving onto 2x4’s, and expect great, long lasting results. Second photo after 6 weeks.
Easy application & great results. Makes tires much easier to keep clean.
I don't get much hype over any tire dressing or tire coating. To be its just a final touch to my service to make the vehicle look finished. To me dressing or coating for the tires I don't expect to last months and months. You will always have to re apply every couple weeks to keep the dark glossy look. This product isn't bad at all if you follow cleaning directions and application directions.
Just put the product on 4 relatively new tires with great results. I liked the initial appearance but added two additional coats for a more glossy appearance. It's too early to tell the longevity of the product but after one wash, the appearance appears to be the same as when it was first applied. One suggestion to get into the outside grooves of the tire treat is to use a detailing brush. I didn't find that the McKees sponge was pliable enough.